Nighttime Stories: A Doomed Village
This January, Fire on the Moon presents a dark ride-inspired, immersive experience that artfully combines all the best elements of theater, film, and live music.
Nighttime Stories: A Doomed Village is a live theatrical experience that transforms the Gene Frankel Theatre into the surreal, immersive world of Mount Tumoe and guides audiences through a mixed reality experience to tell the story of finding individual identity in a time and place where non-compliance is punishable by death.
The dark ride-inspired, walkthrough experience begins in the theater lobby where, at the show’s scheduled start time, audiences will be greeted by the story’s main character and invited to follow him through a secret passageway into his dystopian village where he’s been investigating a series of mysterious disappearances.
As the story unfolds, A Doomed Village, blends original score and sound design, special effects, set design, and multidimensional storytelling via live theatrical performance and projections.
A Doomed Village opens Saturday, January 14. The experience is open to children ages 13 and up.
**Disclaimer** Contains thrilling themes, sudden jarring actions, periods of darkness, tight spaces, special effects like fog and flashing lights and requires standing and walking for 15+ minutes. We do not recommend attending if you:
- Have poor eyesight
- Are prone to seizures
- Are experiencing or have recently experienced flu-like symptoms
- Have any type of heart or respiratory condition